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05/07/2010

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Monday 05 July 2010

Kelly Stobbart is the half-sister of one of gun suspect Raoul Moat's victims. She tells Victoria why she's worried for her life.

The Chair of the BBC Trust, Sir Michael Lyons, explains why he thinks 6Music should stay - for now.

And in our Monday Music Review, Eliza Doolittle joins Victoria in the studio to talk about her latest single, Pack Up. Singer songwriter, David Ford, explains why he funded, created, recorded and produced his latest album - Let The Hard Times Roll.

Joining in the discussion is music journalist Jacqueline Springer, reviews editor from The Word magazine Kate Mossman and 5live listener Stella Brockway.

Chapters

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  • Jailed in Dubai for kissing in public

    Ayman Najafi, the British man jailed for kissing a woman in public in Dubai has called his trial a sham. He and Charlotte Adams were jailed for a month after being found guilty of indecent behaviour.

  • Ayman Najafi: "I had to be strong"

    Continuing our interview with the British man jailed for kissing a woman in public in Dubai, Ayman Najafi speaks of how he dealt with his time in prison.

  • Eliza Doolittle with Victoria

    Eliza Doolittle with Victoria

  • Dubai jail "more like an army camp"

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    Ayman Najafi, 25, was sentenced to a month in prison after a local woman accused him of breaking the country's decency laws by kissing on the mouth in a restaurant.

    Najafi, speaking to Victoria Derbyshire programme, claimed even Dubai nationals thought the case was "strange".

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